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How do I get replacement parts for a childs roadmaster tricycle. I am looking for the white pieces on the end of the front forks that hold the wheel on.

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Try to search on amazon. here: Give your little one the ultimate holiday gift. Hope this was helpful. cheers

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Call 1-800-626-2811 they have just about anything for this tricycle. They are inexpensive, too.

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Go here http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Roadmaster-Parts/Bicycle-accessory-Parts/Model-6702SR/0886/1303200/00040484/00001

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